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Rodrigo Baptista: ‘We are close to winning a weekend’

Rodrigo Baptista believes that Romeo Ferraris will son be able to claim an overall victory in PURE ETCR, after the Alfa Romeo driver ended the weekend in Aragón in third overall.

Augusto Farfus: ‘My job was beautifully done’

Hyundai’s Augusto Farfus says his job was ‘beautifully done’ in the second PURE ETCR event at Aragón, despite the Brazilian having missed out on being the high scorer of the weekend to Mattias Ekström.

Mattias Ekström wants to see more manufacturers in PURE ETCR

Mattias Ekström has called on more manufacturers to enter into the electric touring car series PURE ETCR, after admitting that he is enjoying the racing more than he expected in the new series.

Farfus and Ekström win SuperFinals as Ekström assumes points lead

CUPRA’s Mattias Ekström emerged from Sunday’s PURE ETCR racing as the new championship leader, after the Swede won his SuperFinal race to move to the top of the standings, as Hyundai’s Augusto Farfus also won his Pool.

Mikel Azcona remains unbeaten on second day of PURE ETCR in Aragón

CUPRA’s Mikel Azcona remained unbeaten in the second day of the PURE ETCR event at MotorLand Aragón, as the Spaniard won his Round 2 battle and then topped the time trial shootout at the end of the day.

WSC planning ETCR regional and national series expansion

WSC, the onwer of the TCR concept, is planning to expand the all-electric ETCR category into national and regional series, following the successful launch of the global PURE ETCR series this year.

Two new winners in ETCR on Friday as Azcona extends series lead

Hyundai’s John Filippi and Romeo Ferraris’ Rodrigo Baptista claimed their first battle wins in the electric PURE ETCR series at Aragón on Friday, whilst CUPRA’s mikel Azcona extended his series lead with a win of his own.

Jean-Karl Vernay: ‘We know where we are missing pace’

Jean-Karl Vernay was upbeat after the first-ever PURE ETCR weekend in Vallelunga, with the Hyundai driver saying that he and the team know where the pace was missing in the first event.

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